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CORPORATIONS ACT 2001 - SECT 1389

Evidentiary certificates

             (1)  A certificate by ASIC or the Registrar (whether issued before or after the commencement) stating that a company was registered under the old Corporations Law of a State or Territory in this jurisdiction is conclusive evidence that:

                     (a)  all requirements of that Law for the company's registration were complied with; and

                     (b)  the company was duly registered as a company under that Law on the date (if any) specified in the certificate.

             (2)  A certificate issued before the commencement under pre-Corporations Law legislation (see subsection (3)) by the authority responsible for administering that legislation stating that a body was registered as a company under that legislation or other pre-Corporations Law legislation is conclusive evidence that:

                     (a)  all requirements of that legislation for the company's registration were complied with; and

                     (b)  the company was duly registered as a company under that legislation on the date (if any) specified in the certificate.

             (3)  In subsection (2):

"pre-Corporations Law legislation" means legislation that was, for the purposes of the old Corporations Law of a State or Territory in this jurisdiction, a corresponding previous law in relation to that old Corporations Law.



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